In keeping with this tradition, the company will make a donation to Special Olympics North Carolina as part of the store opening celebration, Thursday, September 2, 2010 at 3:30 p.
What does SONC stand for?
SONC stands for Special Olympics North Carolina
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We have 2 other meanings of SONC in our Acronym Attic
- Switch on No Activity Received (metrobility optical systems)
- Symantec Online Network for Advanced Response
- Scale Out Network Attached Storage
- Support Organisation for the Needs of Asylum Seekers (Ireland)
- Switchless Optical Network for Advanced Transport Architecture
- Societe Nationale de Transport et de Traitement des Hydrocarbures (Algeria)
- Special Olympics New Brunswick (Canada)
- Second Order Necessary Condition (analytics)
- Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council (quasi-city advisory board; Los Angeles, CA)
- South Okanagan Naturalists Club (Penticton, British Columbia, Canada)
- Special Olympics Northern California
- Statement of Net Cost (finance)
- Sécurité, Orgueil, Nouveauté, Confort, Argent, Sympathie (French: Security, Pride, Novelty, Comfort, Money, Sympathy; (customer-driving factors used by advertisers)
- Sonic Calibration Log (oil exploration)
- Southern Oregon/Northern California Coast
- Sonar Countermeasures
- Secretary's Office, Navy Department (US Navy)
- Service on Data
- Social Organisation Networking for Development
- Sexual Orientation Non-Discrimination Act
Samples in periodicals archive:
Payne, who serves on the board of directors of Special Olympics North Carolina, has been involved with Special Olympics for 20 years.
Fishburne, president/CEO of Special Olympics North Carolina.
Today, Flores is an avid volunteer in helping to improve the lives of children with autism and other intellectual disabilities by giving a considerable amount of time and effort to Special Olympics North Carolina and other autism organizations.
Former NC State Basketball Star and Olympic Gold Medalist Tommy Burleson to Speak Name of Program: Opening Ceremony for the 2002 Special Olympics North Carolina Summer Games When: Friday, May 31, 2002 7:30-9:30 p.
Darby noted that Interpath will continue its support as a Premier Level Sponsor of Special Olympics North Carolina.
NC State's Lee Fowler to Address More than 2,500 Athletes, Family Members and Friends WHO: Special Olympics North Carolina, 1,700 athletes and coaches; more than 1,000 family members, friends and local officials WHAT: Opening Ceremony for the 2001 Special Olympics North Carolina Summer Games WHEN: Friday, June 1, 2001, 7:30-9:30 p.
Twenty-two dentists and a team of dental assistants, dental hygienists and nonprofessional volunteers will be conducting dental clinics as part of the Special Olympics Special Smiles (SOSS) program in conjunction with the 2000 Special Olympics North Carolina Summer Games.